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[#] Fri Oct 22 2021 15:42:03 EDT from Nurb432

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As you tell the guy who sometimes drives a car that is 35 years old on purpose: 'the kids'. :)   ( and the other.. 21 years.. as i DONT want modern tech and 2006 was the last year before they modernized the wranglers, and ruined it.. )



[#] Fri Oct 22 2021 17:46:31 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Yeah I get it, moving to something else just for the sake of being trendy is not something I'm interested in either, but Nginx is to Apache as Postfix is to Sendmail -- it's just far more clean and modern, way easier to configure and maintain. It's also a hell of a lot faster.

[#] Fri Oct 22 2021 19:27:35 EDT from Nurb432

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I got frustrated, and then i cheated. i killed the vm, re-installed it via turnkey and stuck my cert there.

in process upgrading the base OS now.



[#] Mon Oct 25 2021 06:03:15 EDT from darknetuser

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2021-10-17 18:07 from Nurb432
Apache + SSL = headache. 

 

At least for me today.. i dont normally care about SSL, but wanted to
do it on something im building.  I *think* i have SSL right ( used
certbot ), but getting issues with redirects now. Time to turn it off
for the day before i get too frustrated.


I am not an Apache guy, but I thought common practice was to place all the Apaches you don't have in a reserve behind a reverse proxy/accelerator anyway.

[#] Mon Oct 25 2021 06:05:32 EDT from darknetuser

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2021-10-18 07:17 from Nurb432
Yes it is.

However, im putting together a 'real' netxcloud server for some
friends of mine to use and some stuff refuses to work now without
SSL.   And if i put it on the outside, and not just via VPN, its a
good idea anyway of course.

 

Donno if the DoS kids will kill me tho. Last time i tried something
like this, they did. At least with only VPN exposed, they dont seem
to try, beyond the normal random attempts but not a huge volume that
kills my bandwidth.


I have PHP services running on OpenBSD's httpd, using the most pityful hardware you can imagine, and they get tons of bot attacks but don't crack. I think for personal use you'd have no trouble.

[#] Mon Oct 25 2021 07:27:30 EDT from Nurb432

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Wasn't really the web side, the biggest problem i had was when i stood up a proxy, so i could run all services on the same external port and redirect via referring url. After 10 or 20 thousand open connections per minute, it collapsed. 

My overall bandwidth was dismal too, so much traffic, easily 2/3 was gone.  After i shut it all down, things were back to normal.

 

Mon Oct 25 2021 06:05:32 AM EDT from darknetuser

I have PHP services running on OpenBSD's httpd, using the most pityful hardware you can imagine, and they get tons of bot attacks but don't crack. I think for personal use you'd have no trouble.

 



[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 18:15:54 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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I am not an Apache guy, but I thought common practice was to place all

the Apaches you don't have in a reserve behind a reverse
proxy/accelerator anyway.

These days the common practice (if you're running at large web scale) is to containerize the web service, stick it behind a load balancer, and have the load balancer start up and shut down instances of the container to match the incoming load.

[#] Wed Dec 08 2021 10:38:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Hmm. Brave has a search engine now. Seems decent. I'm going to live with it for a while.

[#] Sun Dec 12 2021 17:08:38 EST from darknetuser

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2021-12-08 10:38 from IGnatius T Foobar
Hmm. Brave has a search engine now. Seems decent. I'm going to live

with it for a while.



Do they use their own web index? (I guess no)

If the answer for the question above is "no", which index are they using?

[#] Tue Dec 14 2021 22:46:24 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Could you game someone else's search index to restore sanity to the results by reweighting the results your engine returns to remove the bias introduced into theirs? 

 

Sun Dec 12 2021 17:08:38 EST from darknetuser
2021-12-08 10:38 from IGnatius T Foobar
Hmm. Brave has a search engine now. Seems decent. I'm going to live

with it for a while.



Do they use their own web index? (I guess no)

If the answer for the question above is "no", which index are they using?

 



[#] Wed Dec 15 2021 06:14:04 EST from Nurb432

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like YaCy? 

Tue Dec 14 2021 10:46:24 PM EST from ParanoidDelusions

Could you game someone else's search index to restore sanity to the results by reweighting the results your engine returns to remove the bias introduced into theirs? 

 

 


[#] Thu Dec 16 2021 14:31:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Do they use their own web index? 

Most of the smaller search engines have an index of their own, with results supplemented by other search engines.

Honestly, I'd rather have search results that are an aggregate of multiple sources, instead of one party claiming to be the arbiter of truth.

 



[#] Sat Dec 18 2021 06:56:16 EST from darknetuser

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Most of the smaller search engines have an index of their own, with
results supplemented by other search engines.

Honestly, I'd rather have search results that are an aggregate of
multiple sources, instead of one party claiming to be the arbiter of

truth.

 


It sounds to me like you'd like the Searx project.

It is an open-source, FOSS metasearch engine. You can configure to use a number of mainstream indexes, TaCy and whatever you want, aggregate the results and display them. There are a number of publicly available instances for you to try.

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